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with me and let's go to havana, cuba, and to know a little bit about the irish, the few irish that went to cuba, in particular to havana. i want you to know that on the left side of the entrance to the havana harbor, there is a well-known fortress, el moro. there is a lighthouse there and the moro has become a image of cuban nationality and in particular havana. in that lighthouse you find, you read an -- when you enter the havana harbor, you find an irish name. that lighthouse was known for many years as the odono lighthouse. who was this person, odono the man that oversaw the project of the lighthouse in 1844 and he was a governor of cuba from 1843 to 48, but he was a spanish man of irish origin and irish ancestry, a descendant of the -- chieftan of the ticanelles. he is spanish and irish together. if we look at the history of the irish in cuba, most of the irish to went to cuba in the 18th and 19th centuries arrived from spain, some of them with the spanish royal armies; other irish influx arrived from the u.s. for the construction of railroads used to transport sugar cane to the sug
at the history of the irish in cuba, most of the irish to went to cuba in the 18th and 19th centuries arrived from spain, some of them with the spanish royal armies; other irish influx arrived from the u.s. for the construction of railroads used to transport sugar cane to the sugar plantations. that was at the end of the 19th century. and then at the beginning of the 20th century, we're talking 1902, 1910, before odono that i mentioned before, this man who gave his name to -- he was very proud of this lighthouse. the cubans offer hospitality to general alexander alejandro o'reilly. he rose through the ranks of the spanish army. the spanish sent alexander o'reilly to cuba to form a militia. he was appointed governor of louisiana and head of the army later on. he arrived in august, 1769, and took formal possession of louisiana for spain. think of new orleans and cuba, in particular havana, governors there were also in cuba so there was all this traveling from one city to another because later when i got my ph.d. from tulaine university and i went to the irish channel. it's interesting, the iris
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, will the metal shine in 2013? then cuba, tonight's "market monitor" sees big opportunity on the tiny island when the embargo's lifted. thomas herzfeld, of thomas herzfled advisors joins us. that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! president obama says he's "modestly optimistic" a fiscal deal can be reached in time. he said he's instructed senator harry reid and senator mitch mcconnell to come up with a plan that can pass in congress. his brief comments a short while ago came after a white house meeting today with congressional leaders that ended with no deal. ahead of that, investors lost hope lawmakers can come together in the time remaining. in the last few minutes of trading, stocks sold off. the dow tumbled 158 points, the nasdaq lost 25, and the s&p fell over 15 points. here's darren gersh with more on the critical work that has to get done in washington this weekend. >> port: thpresident declared himself modestly optimistic congress could still reach an agreement to head off huge tax hikes on january first, but he also warned lawmakers to get their work done. >> the american people are not going
and the discount will narrow. >> let's switch gears.you think3 is cuba. why should we look at cuba stocks. >> i think president obama want. interestingly the employment of senator kerry who favors the embargo is significant. cuba wants it limi lifted and we positioned the por port feel p o the lifting. >> susie: why do you like seaboard. >> seaboard is $250 a share whes 2500 go a share has ships off the caribbean. they will get a enormous boost in business after trades resume with cuba. >> susie: your next one wso. tell us about this company and why it's good for american investors? >> another example of what weha. companies that have been doing well now even if there is no change in cuba. i think the country of cuban has to be air conditioned. they are going to get a tremendous amount of business when the embargo is lifted. >> susie: what target t do you see on this stock price? >> i don't have a target butit'a long term in our por portfolio. >> carnival cruise line. >> carnival and royal caribbeanf new business. not only people traveling to cuba but people com combining vacations with a trip
. >>> plus foreign companies fight to get into the investing game in cuba. but, all u.s. business can do is watch from the sidelines due to a 50-year-old trade embargo. new findings reveal just how badly u.s. businesses are missing out. more "money" is coming up. lo, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if yr breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry
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and needs immediate surgery. he has been undergoing treatment in cuba. his doctors recently did tected more malignant cells which means more surgery and an uncertain presidency. patrick is joining us, this announcement has a sense of urgency to it, what do you know? >> we having some difficulty? all right, we just lost him. we'll get back with them when we get that signal back. >>> meanwhile, when you hear the term fiscal cliff, you probably think about higher taxes, right? could it also have an impact on what we eat? first, a very good morning to washington dc, a foggy start on this sunday, december 9th.si eenx a month! okay, come with me -- we're gonna save you money. with straight talk at walmart, you get unlimited talk, text and data for only $45 a month per one. would we get the same coverage? same coverage on america's best networks. you saved $146.76 by switching to straight talk. awesome! now you can afford to share your allowance with me. get the season's hottest smartphones like the samsung galaxy s2 and get straight talk with unlimited data for just $45 a month -- from america's
. in addition, you have more than 50 non-aligned countries. what is non-aligned? north korea, zimbabwe, cuba, venezuela. people prefer their profits and not their values. when it comes to the table, people understand that on one side you have israel and on the other side you have islamic countries and non-aligned countries. from one side, it is north korea and zimbabwe and cuba and iran, and we are from the other side. >> you are on the other side from north korea, cuba and iran for sure. let's ask some questions. >> from the beginning, the first question from martin. >> i am not going to talk about palestinians. i always enjoy talking about is really politics. >> no, it is not fair. now you can ask a who barack. he is free and can speak openly -- ehud barak. he is free and can speak openly without restrictions. >> well, let me try. i think americans would be interested in your analysis of israeli happening in is reall politics. it appears that there is a rightward shift. is that true, and can you explain what happened to the electorate, why you joined with m as opposed to staying separate?
de arizona. una persona que lo vio dio el aviso. >> nicolas maduro visita cuba donde hugo chávez recibe tratamiento. viaja con la procuradora general de ese país y las críticas van por la incertidumbre si hugo chávez estar en la toma de poder en enero. >> tenemos un recuento de lo pasado en nustraos países. >> un vergonzoso escanalo en cartagene en el gobierno del presidente barack obama con renuncias y perdidas de status de alta seguridad. >> el terrible paso del huracán isaac en cuba dejando destruccion y casa derrumbadas. más de 140 mil personas afectadas. >> benedicto xvi y su visita a cuba. cientos de miles de cubanos estuvieron con el santo padre que se reunió con fidel castro. >> en pmr lugar hugo chávez su salud y reeleccion. la oposicion tenía la esperanza en el candidato contrarioo que solo tuvo un 40% >> el presidente dijo que estaba libre de cáncer y se pone en duda si puede juramentar en enero. solo el tiempo dirá que trae el 2013-. >> para conocer las condiciones del tiempo pasamos con estefany severino. >> hola ¿que tal amigos? buenas noches >> hoy l
. on the phone with me now from havana, cuba, is cnn's patrick ottman. what did he say? >> reporter: very emotional chavez telling people here in cuba, taking the air in cuba as well, announced he has a recurrence of cancer, that he'll be returning to cuba immediately to undergo surgery. this is his third cancer that we knew of before the elections in october in venezuela. he said he'd been cured of cancer. that the doctors essentially saved his life. it turned out that that information was incorrect and hugo chavez in a very emotional address tonight to the people of venezuela said he needed to return to cuba immediately to undergo surgery and that his life is essentially on the life. he said good-bye to venezuela, said the support of the vice president -- and hugo chavez perhaps looking at mortality in the face. >> i think it's interesting that he said good-bye to the people of cuba. should we be reading anything into that? >> reporter: i think absolutely. it's been a year and a half where hugo chavez has really spent more time in cuba perhaps than in venezuela. months and months in cub
-franzia, the story about his parents, his grandparents in cuba, there was some discussion about the accuracy of his interpretation. what is the truth, and how will that potentially affect him politically? >> guest: yeah. what happened is that marco rubio when he was rising as a politician in florida presented himself as the son of exiles who were forced to come off of cuba because of the castro takeover. communism, the island being a place transformed and the antithesis of american political doctrine and that they had to leave. and i and others were able to find documents that showed defellowshiptively that they -- definitively that they did not come after castro, they were not forced off the island. they came in 956, in the spring of 1956 before castro had even invaded the island. so it got to this kind of very central part of his unite which is that -- of his identity which is that he was formed by a family culture that was steeped in the exile experience of cuba. at the same time, i should say that the senator says that he still is shaped by the exile community because he grew up around so many
and the bay of pigs had awakened him to this problem. cuba was heating up already. even a few months before the crisis. it turned out to be highly capricious to have the taping system in place. because we have a nearly perfect record of all the conversations. a record of extraordinary value and the conversations include conversations by his top military adviser after he left the room, in which a pretty critical of him. we include a section of that as well in a pretty foul mouth about it, too? >> yes, that's right. >> the final question before i get the professor's interpretation and then we will hear some videotapes -- the president had to make a conscious decision to put the switch in the desk in the cabinet room and on the phones, and obviously for the dictaphone. having absorbed all of this, can you find or discern any pattern to his switch flipping? >> is a historian that appreciates quality of the conversations, i think we knew and would press the pushbutton in advance of an important meeting. having said that, i don't know about recordings that were not made. but the ones that were ma
crisis and that was not just putting the missiles with nuclear warheads into cuba, it was not announcing that he had done so. he undermines his own deterrence. what he was trying to deter was the u.s. invasion of cuba. the united states have been planning an invasion and in fact we had a mock invasion planned for october of 62 called operation -- after the bay of pigs. or cusack as castro spelled backwards. the u.s. was in heavy planning mode for an invasion to overthrow after the disaster of the bay of pigs. we had also been running operation mongoose which was other contra insurgent should -- counterinsurgency program so was clear the u.s. was planning an invasion. khrushchev thought he could kill two birds with one stone by changing the balance -- that the united states was so far ahead in missiles and the ability to do liver warheads that he thought if we could put the intermediate-range listed missiles into cuba that was somewhat offset america's big advantage of nuclear weaponry in 1962 and it could deter a u.s. invasion of cuba. the mistake he made was not announcing that the weap
substantial position and i had the responsibility for all of latin america and cuba and the analytical side of intelligence. estimate what does that mean? >> i was not a field operative. i didn't go out and conduct espionage or meet foreign agents. i was basically most of my career at the headquarters in virginia i had the national intelligence estimates, quite a few on cuba over the years, and many of the other latin american countries. >> before we get into fidel castro and the regime how did you get interested in that kind of work? senate i was a student at georgetown university where i taught for about 25 years as an adjunct and i'm teaching now with the university of miami, but i was attracted to the foreign service school at georgetown and it was a time when a lot of us, my generation were inspired by jack kennedy's asked not speech, asked not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country. i devoted a long time, 35 years to national service. >> were you recruited? >> i threw myself at them. >> your book is called castro's secrets. if you would, described the ci
is bracing for an announcement out of cuba. because you are cuban-american, do you have thoughts about where this relationship is headed, post castro, with the u.s.? >> the whole regime has to end. it is not only fidel. it is role, his brother, and the whole concept of democracy. the whole system has to change, for the cuban people to really benefit from a relationship with america that is helpful to them. the internal embargo has to change. everybody talks about the embargo. it is really an internal embargo of rights. we cannot it is -- we cannot go to cuba and deal with a cuban citizen and open a business. you can only deal with the government. until the system changes, the people will never benefit from absolute freedom, basically. they trade with the entire world, but the country is an economic mess, because it is a centralized government. the people are not free to be entrepreneurs, to have opinions, to travel. it is a mess. unfortunately, it is one of those regimes. there has not been an election in over 50 years. this is a project i have been developing a couple of years, with hillary
verdadero testamento musical. en cuba, el presidente de venezuela chÁvez se sometera a una cuarta operaciÓn ante la reapariciÓn del calcÁncer, reacciones polÍticas ante el anuncio del mandatario, vamos con la informaciÓn. ♪. ♪. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn" fin de semana. con fÉlix de vedu. >>> buenas noches bienvenidos al "noticiero univisiÓn" la mÚsica regional mexicana, y el mundo del espectÁculo estan de luto, la celebre cantante jenny rivera, muriÓ cuando el avion en que se trasladaba de monterrey a toluca, se estrellÓ, con ella perdieron la vida otros 4 pasajeros y dos pilotos de la aeronave, en monterrey brindÓ el Último concierto de su exitosa carrera, francisco hace un recuento de la dolorosa jornada. >>> quÉ tal, buenas noches. monterrey y todo mÉxico continÚan consternados, luego de la noticia que el aviÓn que transportaba a jenny rivera, se desplomÓ en nuevo leon, cerca de monterrey, hasta el momento rescatistas que estaban en la zona localizaron los restos de la aeronave en un pobrado, la colorada, en iturbide, al sur de la capital. lo que pasÓ en
vira la otra noticia del dÍa la llegada a cuba de hugo chÁvez para operarse de cancer dijo que volverÁ pronto, comenzamos. este es, su noticiero univision, con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> quÉ tal, buenas noches, que le pasÓ al avion en que viajaba jenni rivera los registros de la aÉreo naÚtica de mÉxico indica que el jet que transportaba a las artistas volaba a 35 mil pies de altura y tuvo descenso abrupto de 9 mil pies lo demÁs interrogantes se tardaran al menos 10 dÍas para un informe del siniestro tenemos amplia cobertura, iniciamos en nuevo leÓn donde ocurrio el accidente. >>> en estas montaÑas se estrellÓ el avion, donde jay jab jenni rivera que venÍa acompaÑada de 6 personas, un pastor vio el accidente lore portÓ y de sdri be lo que encontrÓ en medio de matorrales. >>> tira dos pedazos, todo este lado pero no la movimos. >>> el aviÓn tuvo descenso abrupto, hasta desplomarse en esta montaÑa el capitan, jorge caballero con 30 aÑos de experiencia y conocÍa al piloto, quien como coman daba el aviÓn. . >>> hacen sus examenes mÉdico el piloto puede volar
tenido problemas con la justicia por el mantenimiento de sus aeronaves y antes de viajar a cuba por su cuarta cirugÍa, el presidente chÁvez nombra a un sucesor. >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn. ediciÓn nocturna. con ilia calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >>> muy buenas noches la trÁgica muerte de una de las figuras de la mÚsica popular mexicana, la diva de la banda, ha generado consternaciÓn entre sus seres queridos, fanÁticos y compaÑeros de profesiÓn edgar muÑoz y comenzamos se encuentra en el lugar del accidente. >>> del pie de la montaÑa del municipio de nuevo leÓn. donde se estrellÓ el avion donde muriÓ la diva de la banda jenni rivera salieron los primeros restos humanos de los 7 pasajeros que tripulaban la aeronave. las labores de rescate se suspendieron este lunes por la neblina y militares ze brarn los accesos para que nadie salvo los investigadores, peinen el monte. >>> hoy no se puede buscar. >>> ahorita no puede entrar nadie. >>> la diferencia que no entren. es una zona riesgosa. >>> un pastor de nombre victoria escobe escobedo, voy el accidente y describe lo q
through have and cuba, you might think you are in another decade with all of the old cars and buildings. 50 years of sanctions and communism under castro's government have hit the cuban economy hard. now under his brother, the country seems to be assuring in a new era by cautiously introducing free-market changes. >> hundreds of thousands of small businesses have been legalized over the past few years, and economic bonds have formed. you can already see some slight changes in the capital. picture postcard views of havana -- the old port with its docks and warehouses for tobacco and wood exports. just west of the harbor, the narrow streets of old havana and the white dome of the capitol building. this part of the city has been a unesco world heritage site for 30 years, but it is crumbling. 80% of the buildings need innovating. some are almost beyond saving. it is a different picture a short distance away. this building has been given a new lease on life by one of cuba's new generational of entrepreneurs. julio had been a chef for about 10 years. then he heard about this building. >> it w
president hugo chavez is in stable condition after his fourth cancer operation in cuba. opponents say he should give the presidency if he does not return in time to be sworn in for another term next month. from across the us, -- newman. >> at this outdoor market in caracas, 31 tons of food. everything from christmas bread imported from italy to the traditional leg of pork which is an essential part of their policies and dinner. all of this 60% cheaper than supermarkets, compliments of venezuela's president hugo chavez, whose government is subsidizing the holiday fare. a staunch chavez supporters -- said the most of for nothing is missing. the meinhold is before the new year, chavez will be back with us in venezuela. this is my greatest wish. >> may recover soon in cuba because we need him here -- we need him here in venezuela. >> the ailing left his leader was reelected in october. but less than three weeks before the scheduled inauguration, the president remains in cuba fighting to recover from a still unspecified but extremely complex cancer operation. then as well that the constitutio
habana, cuba, el msensaje de ll comandante en je presidente de la republicano. >> ese es el msensaje, el vice d presidente leyo la carta del n mandatario que se recupera en cuba en una operacion relacio relacionada con el canÁncer >> mientras unos celebran otros indignados >> es inaceptable >> blanca marmol alega que fuero destituidos ilegalmente, porque los jueces deben permanecer h t hasta que la asamplblea genera o non nombre sustitutos >> asÍ no tienen que esperar una seleccion en la asamblea por mayoria calificada, objeciones de la ciudadania al candidato >> ahora se espera el 10 de e enero cuando chÁvez debe tomar j juramento, pero se reitero lo i dicho, venezuela esperara por chaÁvez >> olvidense del 10 de enero, si tienen alguna esperanza que si el pdresidente no esta va a as i asumir el presidente de la asa b asamblea nacional, no es esa fehfe fecha, a menos que el presidente chaÁvez decida volntariamente >> dijo que el vice presidente s se mantiene viva la revolucion >> aquÍ hay una revolucion mi militar en marcha, y debe ser e permanente,no puede detenerse >> a cavh
to havana, cuba, and to know a little bit about the irish, the few irish that went to cuba, in particular to havana. i want you to know that on the left side of the entrance to the havana harbor, there is a well-known fortress, el moro. there is a lighthouse there and the moro has become a image of cuban nationality and in particular havana. in that lighthouse you find, you read an -- when you enter the havana harbor, you find an irish name. that lighthouse was known for many years as the odono lighthouse. who was this person, odono the man that oversaw the project of the lighthouse in 1844 and he was a governor of cuba from 1843 to 48, but he was a spanish man of irish origin
for cuba and the obama administration to resolve a diplomatic stalemate. >> in cuba modernization is relative. when alan gross was em employed to bring satellite phones to connect a small jewish community with the internet. he's been in prison ever since charged with crimes against the state. on the cbs morning show his wife says they do talk once a week by phone. >> giving him hope that yes we're working as hard as we can and telling him what senators or whoever has been involved. >> he should be released. he should be released because he never should have been detained. >> but the castro government says five of its spies in the u.s. must be released first. >> the united states government refuses with the cuban government to achieve a solution. >> when senator cardinal was asked about that on cbs. >> they're totally different cases. what cuba has to do is release alan gross. >> that doesn't mean they can't sit down and try and talk again and again and try until they reach something. >> what might break the stalemate is the end of the preside
the health of the venezuelan president who has suffered complications after cancer surgery in cuba. walk into bbc world news. coming up, and look back at the british troops as they prepared handover to afghan forces. new zealand becomes the first major city to welcome 2013. time is running out for politicians in the united states to strike a deal to prevent the economy from going over the so- called fiscal cliff. that is when a package of automatic spending cuts and tax rises comes into fact which could set the country back into recession. that less than 20 hours into the generate the first deadline. >> as night descended on washington, no deal precentors went home with a low over 24 hours to go before the huge austerity package known as the fiscal cliff, something almost nobody wants is due to descend on the american economy. >> we will come in at 11:00 tomorrow morning and that further announcements. >> if there's no doubt, the price of failure could be high. the average american, might see their taxes rise by as much as $2,000 a year. as spending cuts take money from the economy, a se
question. a judge ordered him to be held without bail. >>> cuba is now accusing the u.s. of lying about the health of a maryland man in their country. speculation that alan gross has cancer or that is health is deteriorating is false. they say he has been treated decently while in prison, seen qualified doctors and speaks often with friends and family. the u.s. has increased pressure on cuba to release gross who has lost 100 pounds and developed a mass on his shoulder. cuba wants a trade. they will release gross if the u.s. allow five cuban spies to go free. >>> today quantico's -- the pretrial questions if bradley manning's case should be dismissed. yesterday a top correctional officer said manning was improperly kept on suicide watch for at least seven days. his testimony said this happened on two occasions. the correctional officer also said the commander did not follow a psychiatrist recommendation to take manning off suicide watch. >>> the future of a maryland state delegate seat is once again up the a judge to decide. greg hall filed an appeal in the case. hours earlier, a judge r
. now, some folks want to trade freedom for security. just go to cuba, you will see that go to china, government runs the show. and through the history strong central governments have always been on display. america was supposed supposed to be different. that's why the founding fathers built in protections for us that's why they encouraged a free press to keep government power in check. to expose power grabs in washington. but now the press is working in concert with the obama administration. no longer do we have a skeptical media when it comes to confronting power. the president's liberal ideology is compatible with the liberal belief system of many media bosses. and so we are seeing a tremendous power grab in washington. that's not being challenged by many in the media talking points admit very few americans understand what's going on and certainly many voters had no clue in november. just remember, every time. every time a new law is passed, even the good ones the state grows more powerful the individual grows weaker. that's the truth and that's the memo. now for the top story ton
with the nuclear warheads into cuba. it was not announcing that they had done so. he undermined his own deterrence. what he was trying to detour was the u.s. invasion of cuba. the united states had been planning an invasion. as a matter of fact we had an event, a mock invasion planned for october 62. >> the second invasion after the bay of pigs -- >> after the bay of pigs, right. and it was castro spelled backwards. the heavy planning for an invasion to overthrow of the disaster of the bay of pigs and we had the operation running on booze which was the counter insurgency terrorist program. so it was clear the u.s. was planning an invasion. khrushchev thought he could kill two birds with one stone by changing the balance. the united states was so far ahead in the missiles and the ability to deliver warheads and he thought if we could put the missiles in cuba that would somewhat offset america's biggest feige in the nuclear weaponry in 1962. and they could deter the u.s. invasion of cuba. the mistake that he made was in announcing the weapons were there and that he also had a hundred a battlefield n
, vamos a cuba , donde llego nicolás maduro se , dirigio al hospital , para saludar a sus familiares durante su ausencia , queda en la vice presindencia , en cuba . >>> en otro tema relaciónado con venezuela registro más de 21 mil asesinatos , con violencia esto se dbee a un incremento de la criminalidad , en américa latina entre los más violentos , el testimonio de los familiares testimonios habituales en uno de los países más violentos del mundo la violencia en venezuela sigue en ascenso , por cada 100 mil habitantes el segundo informe , el observatorio , venezolano , dice que prácticamente vive una guerra . >>> en 1998 se cometieron 4550 homicidios y en el 2012 , se cierra con 21 mil , la muerte acecha en todas partes tanto en cárceles como sitios públicos carcelas y privados . >>> no hacer nada , dos semanas , antes del inicio de la campaña presindencial , vamos a ver todos los vertices garantizar la paz y la campaña està en los medios ambos sin resultados los delitos , los incendios los robos ni secuestros univisión a la morgue de caracas , aúnque esto sea práctic
complicada, el vicepresidente maduro dijo que el a saludde chÁvez es delicada, el viajo a cuba para mantenerse informado de la salud del mandatario, y desde allÍ
these here, pushing down towards panama. this is the way it should stay for us through cuba, as well, as a go into monday and tuesday. meanwhile, further south, showers. as we go through monday, we will see plenty of them in the northern parts of argentina. behind it, it will turn a lot fresher. the turkish prime minister says the war in syria will soon be over. there are refugee camps on the border. protesters in india have been calling for harsher outcomes. they have been in the capital. they gathered in new delhi over the death of a 22-year-old gang rape victim. they have been charged with murder after she died from her injuries. she had been receiving medical attention. there was every security -- heavy security. in the central african republic, and they are reporting to be only one away from the capital. rebels advanced on saturday. they already had control of four regional capitals. rebels have rejected offers to negotiate. more violence in iraq, where muslims are continuing to demonstrate against the government. they have been protesting against the prime minister, who they say it is a
. they are being carried from havana to another part of cuba where the sugar plantation system is just exploding. sugar is a key to cuba as one of the most dynamic slave societies in the world. so, they're on their way on a coastal voyage of 300 miles. during that voyage, a revolt at sea takes place. the amistad africans rise up and kill a member of the crew of the amistad, and then they kill the captain. a man named ramon ferrer. they take control of the ship. with the idea of sailing back to their african homeland, which is sierra leon. they keep two of the cubans alive. these were actually their so-called owners. pedro and montez. montez had been a ship captain so he knew navigation. they told him, sail toward the rising sun, because the rising sun had been at their backs when they made the middle passage across the atlantic in the first place. well, montes at the -- montes was very clever man. during the day he did sail to the east as he was instructed, but he kept the sails loose and flapping in the wind so as not to make too much progress. and then at night he reversed course and headed ba
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